About ETP

People

Management and Expert Advisory

Organigram

ETP is guided by a technical advisory panels of international and local expertise and country representatives, who advise the partnership in its technical work. Tailored program’s focus will address the most intractable questions in energy transition and ETP’s agile approach will enable diverse partners to engage in the energy transition discourse and the high impact of the programmes.

ETP’s Steering Committee, comprising representatives of its funding partners, provides strategic leadership and oversight to ETP and ETP Secretariat implements ETP’s projects, coordinates with the aligned programmes, and conducts dialogue with the energy transition stakeholders.

Organigram

ETP Organisation

Our work is guided by the SEA ETP Steering Committee formed of multiple funding partners who provide strategic leadership and oversight, and approve SEA ETP technical assistance projects.

Manelle Ait Sahlia

AFD - Agence Française de Développement

Deputy Head – Energy Division

Bertrand Poche

AFD - Agence Française de Développement

Task Team Leader – Energy Division

Shirish Sinha

Children's Investment Fund Foundation

Director, Climate, India

Jin Young Kim

Children's Investment Fund Foundation

Director, Climate (Southeast Asia)

Jeffrey Prins

Ikea Foundation

Head of Renewable Energy, IKEA

Sze Ping LO

Sequoia Climate Fund

Program Director

Yiting Wang

Sequoia Climate Fund

Program Manager

David Allen

Yajilarra Trust

Head of Investments at Family Office

Vera Rodenhoff

BMU

Head Of Division International Cooperation

Eleni Dellas

BMU

Policy Officer

Florian Remann

BMU

Senior Policy Advisor

SEA ETP Secretariat implements our projects, coordinates with aligned programmes and conducts dialogues with the energy transition partners and stakeholders to encourage the integration of renewable energy into the energy mix in Southeast Asia. The Secretariat is also fully responsible for daily management and operation of the SEA ETP Programme, and supports the SEA ETP Steering Committee.

Sirpa Jarvenpaa

Sirpa Jarvenpaa

ETP

ETP Director

Markus Schnall

Markus Schnall

ETP

ETP Fund Manager

 Yu Chong Nam

Yu Chong Nam

ETP

SEA ETP Project Intern

Aang Darmawan

Aang Darmawan

ETP

ETP Indonesia Country Coordinator

Papol

Papol

ETP

ETP Team Member

Praewpan Intapanya

Praewpan Intapanya

ETP

ETP Team Member

John Cotton

John Cotton

ETP

ETP Team Member

ETP Advisory Panels

The work of the Secretariat and Steering Committee is supported by an Advisory Panel created of energy exports providing strategic and programmatic advice to ensure successful implementation of the programme. Our country partners are internationally acknowledged as leaders and subject-matter experts in areas such as policy, economics, finance, energy or other cross-cutting themes.
Acting as intermediary, UNOPS hosts SEA ETP Secretariat, and provides financial management, procurement and human resource services to implement the programme in accordance with SEA ETP’s strategy, multi-year and annual work plans and budgets as well as UNOPS rules and regulations and legislative framework.

Our Key Stakeholders and Partnerships

SEA ETP - a new, innovative and unique consortium bringing stakeholders into one partnership

To mitigate the global impacts of climate change and deliver on the 2030 Agenda, partnership and collaboration are critical. SEA ETP aims to engage in collaborative multi-stakeholder partnerships to combine financial and technical resources, coordinate ongoing programmes in the region, lead dialogues with energy experts and expand knowledge to boost leadership and financing for energy transition.

We work with a variety of partners, from the UN family to governments, philanthropies, private sector, utilities, educational institutions, think tanks and civil society to advance climate action.

Participating Governments

Participating Governments
Participating Governments
Participating Governments
Participating Governments
Participating Governments

Participating Philanthropies

The multi-donor partnership foresees further growth and the members of SEA ETP invite interested donors to join the initiative to achieve a greater impact through accelerated energy transition in the Southeast Asian region.

Participating Philanthropies
Participating Philanthropies
Participating Philanthropies
Participating Philanthropies
Participating Philanthropies

Aligned Programs

Under SEA ETP, partners can align existing energy programmes with SEA ETP strategy and country work plans, which are jointly delivered. The programmes are under the oversight of SEA ETP Secretariat, ensuring shared goals are being pursued and actions jointly implemented:

 

Aligned Programs
Aligned Programs
Aligned Programs

Programmes considered for alignment

  • Sustainable Infrastructure Programme – Capital investment and technical assistance programme by UK Government (BEIS)
  • Climate Change Programme – Canada – Capital investment programme

Country Partners

In each country of implementation, we work with partners – local experts, who are part of the Advisory Panel and provide strategic advice to the SEA ETP Steering Committee on local political-economic realities, priorities and focus areas to ensure efficient implementation of the programmes. Our country partners are internationally acknowledged as leaders and subject-matter experts in areas such as policy, economics, finance, energy or other cross-cutting themes.